Covid Policy for In-Person Sessions

* Last updated February 1, 2022 *

To help our clients during this COVID-19 crisis, we have made many changes to our practice to ensure that we offer therapy in a way that is safe for you, our providers, our staff, and our other clients. This policy is subject to change at any time.

Most appointments are currently offered via teletherapy. Some providers are also offering a limited number of in-person sessions. During these sessions, the following measures will be taken to keep our clients and staff safe:

  • Proof of vaccination for everyone 18 years and older is required for in-office visits. Please send this proof of vaccination to (this is a secure form). If you are not fully vaccinated, some providers offer outdoor sessions, and all providers offer virtual sessions. 
  • Masks are required for everyone at all times, including in the building common areas, the waiting room, and in the office during your session. If you prefer not to wear a mask during your session, some providers offer outdoor sessions, and all providers offer virtual sessions. 
  • We ask that you do not enter the waiting room until the time of your appointment in order to minimize the amount of time you will need to spend in our waiting room. Please practice social distancing while inside the building.
  • If you or anyone in your household has experienced any of the following within the past 14 days, please do not come for an in-person session: fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, been on an airplane within the past 14 days, or have been in contact with someone with Covid. If any of these apply, please call or email us and we can reschedule your appointment or change it to a teletherapy visit.
  • Your provider may be mandated to report to public health authorities if you have been in the office and have tested positive for infection. If so, your provider may make the report without your permission, but will only share necessary information. Your provider will never share details about your visit.  
  • Because the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, your ability to meet in person could change with minimal or no notice. 
  • You understand that you could be exposed to COVID-19 if you attend in-person sessions. If a member of the practice tests positive for COVID-19, you will be notified.

If you have any questions or concerns about our new procedures, please contact us.